Nothing like flying over a little derby to get adopted.

Well, Erling Haaland didn't really need it, with already a pig ratio in the Premier League since his arrival last summer (11 goals in 7 games), but after his demonstration this Sunday during the clash between Manchester City and Manchester United, there is no longer any doubt.

The Norwegian destroyed the great rival with a hat-trick scored in just an hour of play, then leaving Phil Foden to join the party by also scoring three times.

Final score, 6-3 in this 188th fiery derby.

Martial's double scored at the very end of the match may make the mark a bit lighter for the Red Devils, but it does not deceive anyone.

City were ten feet above United, with a first half that sometimes turned sublime, like De Bruyne's pass for Haaland's second goal.


No respite for Haaland 😲



The Norwegian scores another double, 2 minutes after his first goal 👀#MCIMUN |

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In the standings, City follows the frantic pace imposed by Arsenal, winner of another derby on Saturday, that of London, against Tottenham (3-1).

Pep's men stick to the Basques of the Gunners, a small point behind.

United, who have already lost three times in seven days, will have to whip to avoid finding themselves irretrievably off the hook.

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